2018 Playboys

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January
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Contents - Departments - Let's Play (Swedish pop singer Tove Lo tells us all about her "Disco Tits"); Tech (From delivery bots to app-assisted birth control, we take a look at tech to expect in 2018); TV (New miniseries Waco and returning Hula standout The Path challenge the way we think about cults in America); Art (Meet five members of Creatives for Climate: will Trump torpedo their shot at hanging onto power?); Sports (Women in athletics are coming together to drop kick inequailty into oblivion); Also: (Digestifs to steam up your winter nights; our Advisor on love and football; a sexy valentine from Drawn Data; and more) Features - Interview (Christie Hefner opens up about her years at the helm of Playboy and her relationship with Hef); Year In Sex (Pull on yiour pussyhat and get ready to review 2017's biggest sex stories); Fiction (Secrets, silence and survival in What She Saw by Ariel Dorfman); 20Q (Gillian Murphy reeflects on Peaky Blunders and the perils of being pigeonholed); Profile (Following Senator Jeff Flake in the days before and after his shattering announcement); Texas After The Storm (On the American front line of the war between industry and the environment); Fiction (Darrel's got demons and a dead friend in What Are You Thinking About Right Now by Baird Harper); Is This Guy For Real? (Box Brown gives the comics treatment to Andy Kaufman's Playmate wrestling match); Heritage (Playboy's founding art director made its pages a bastion of brilliance. Plus: Liv Lindeland, Kim Farber and more) Pictorials - Kindred Spirits (Abby Brothers and a mountain lion - two breathtaking forces of nature); On The Wing (Enjoy a lazy, lacy morning with January Playmate Kayla Garvin); The Girl From Oz (Anthea Page is an astounding Aussie); Score! (February Playmate Megan Samperi is the tough-as-nails tomboy of your dreams); Playmate Review (Hailing from Moscow, Paris, Xhicago and more, the world's loveliest women want your PMOY vote); Back At The Ranch (Off Route 66 you'll find no better roadside attraction than Lorena Medina); On The Cover - Megan Samperi, photographed by Christopher van Steinbach Opposite - Milan Dixon, photographed by Aaron Feaver
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March / April
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Contents - Departments - Let's Play (Shan Boodram wants to teach you a thing or 10 about sex); Lifestyle (A smart bar, a brilliant TV and a genius bathroom. Welcome to the bachelor pad of the future); Drinks (Thai one on with Mekhong, the natural spirit of Thailand); Politics (The Democrats aim to play seat-stealers this midterm season; here's how they can win); Sex (Slutever's Karley Sciortino rushes in where other sexperts fear to tread); Weed (On the eve of legalazitation, California's pot purveyors celebrate the very culture the industry may outgrow); Also: (The real dirt on fake news; our Advisor on sexbots; Hard Sun and end-of-the-world entertainment; and more) Features - Interview (John Krasinski, now directing and producing, has come a long way from his Office cube); The Gender Revolution (American identity at the crossroads); Playboy Philosphy (By Cooper Hefner); Sorry Not Sorry (By Sloane Crosley); Pretty Hurts (By Julia Cooke); Help Wanted (By Mickey Rapkin); Subject, Verb, Object (By Gregory Pardlo); You Better Work (By Jessica P. Oglivic); 20Q (Jesse Plemons has a knack for complex characters, witness his creepy turn in the dark comedy Game Night); Playboy's Predictions (From sex tech to space tourism, eight notables take a look at what's to come); Fiction (Detective Mike Hammer is back! Enter Killing Town by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins); Powernap (Dream creatures threaten to become real in an exclusive comic from Maritza Campos and Bachan); Profile (Steven Pinker is a man with an uncommon message: Life is actually really good); Fiction (Reality TV launches into zero gravity in Go, Space Racer! by Curtis C. Chen); Heritage (The future looked bright from the past. Plus: cartoonist Gahan Wilson; Playmates Gwen Wong and Lorraine Michaels) Pictorials - She's A Rainbow (Have you seen a lady fairer? Life's a prism of possibilities with Aussie Elyse Taylor); The Woman Who Fell To Earth (First contact with March Playmate Jenny Watwood is out of this world); Eastern Promise (Sandra Kubicka will have you asking how to say "thank you" in Polish); Bird Of Paradise (April Playmate Nereyda Bird's sunny, beachy beauty banishes all shadows); When In Rome (Spend a romantic afternoon in Italy with Roxanna June and Jess Clarke) On The Cover (And Opposite Page) - Jenny Watwood, photographed by Derek Kettela
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May / June
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Contents - Departments - Let's Play (From online obscurity to a hit Black Panther song, Jorja Smith has come a long way in a short time); Drinks (Four beer-booze mash-ups to help you ring in the spring); Travel (Get your honky-tonk on in our do-it-like-a-local guide to Nashville); Sex (Orgasm 101: Become a master at pushing her button); TV (Wordsmith and performer Anna Deavere Smith is a force to be reckoned with); Politics (Why a bevy of bean counters could protect our democracy from malicious Russian influence); Also (The force is strong with Drawn Data, the best small music fests, Playboy Advisor on take-charge women; and more) Features - Interview (Cecile Richards, outgoing president of Planned Parenthood, tells us all about making trouble); The Accidental Pop Stars (Portugal. The Man navigate their meteoric success - with the help of a hot dog roller); The State Of Jazz (A look at the ever-shifting landscape of America's essential art form); 20Q (What do bananas and The Last Jedi have in common? Comedian Jim Jefferies has very strong feelings about them); On The ARoad With G-Eazy (Slip backstage with the tireless rapper and record producer); Fiction (With a little larceny and a lot of love, Walter plans to steal a heart in Unlawful Entry by Chuck Palahniuk); Profile (Beats 1 guru Zane Lowe makes a rare appearance away from the mixing board); Surviving The Darien Gap (It's man versus jungle in one of the world's most dangerous places); Better Man (A springtime style feature, in which singer Leon Bridges expands his retro repertoire); Hellboy (Beware creepy coffins in Return Of The Lambton Worm, an exclusive comic from Mike Mignola and Ben Stenbeck); Fiction (It's Hollywood, 1987, and the perfect tune is as elusive as family harmon in Julian Tepper's Between The Records); Heritage (Jazz Fest turns 40. Plus: Hef's 1963 arrest: Playmates Michele Drake and Elan Carter; classic cartoons) Pictorials - Playmate Of The Year (Top honors for 2018 go to Nina Daniele, who evokes the iconic Femlin); Let's Get Physical (It's training day with May Playmate Shauna Sexton; how many reps can you handle?); Mediterranean Morning (Sicily is postcard perfect with Eilsa Meliani in the picture); California Dreaming (Let sunny June Playmate Cassandra Dawn put you in a Cali state of mind); Under The Mangroves (John Raluca Cojocaru on a steamy Indonesian excursion) On The Cover - Nina Daniele, photographed by Jennifer Stenglein Opposite - The Femlin circa 1994, drawn by LeRoy Neiman
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July / August
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Contents - Departments - Let's Play (Get into hot water with singer and model Caroline Vreeland); Food (Our six designed-to-impress recipes will boost your grill skills); Sex (Considering an open relationship? Our polyamory primer is your first step); TV (With Yellowstone, writer-director Taylor Sheridan breathes new life into the Western); Movies (He may have produced Get Out and the Purge saga, but Jason Blum prefers to be on the outside looking in); Politics (Ralph Nader, America's citizen watchdog nonpareil, takes on the midterms); Also (Hotdogging with Drawn Data; the Playboy Advisor on handling hairy bods; Jimmy O. Yang jokes around, and more) Features - Interview (Can't-keep-her-down comedian Kathy Griffin dishes on men, mistakes, #MeToo and more); Playboy's Summer Comedy Spotlight (Hannibal Buress's beautiful mind); (The Chapo Trap House crew); Paul F. Tompkins, pod person); (Julio Torres and the Brooklyn funnies); (Emily Flake's six types of laughter); (Your brain on comedy); (Nicole Byer and the chuckle-fuckers); (A saucy farmyard tale from Nicholas Gurewitch); Among The Atheists (A former minister joins the growing ranks of American nonbelievers); Fiction (A young cowboy in the city seeks justice in Walter Mosley's Showdown On The Hudson); She Shoots (Armed with Second Amendment savy and firearm expertise, these women are right at home on the range); 20Q ("Show the art and shut up" says the scary talented Lakeith Stanfield); Profile (Canadian contrarian Jordan Peterson wants you to put on your re-thinking cap); Fiction (Love sparks on a fire escape in Ling Ma's Shark Fin Dinner Party); Heritage (Playboy goes to the movies. Plus, Hef is ribbed, for his pleasure; classic Playmates; vintage cartoons) Pictorials - Sun Song (Enjoy A-side, B-side and poolside with Australian model Sarah Stephens); Lifesaver (July Playmate Valeria Lakhina is ready to rescue you); Basic Instinct (Sultry, cinematic Kayslee Collins brings neo-noir to life); Hi, Priestess (Come along on a spiritual journey as we worship heavenly August Playmate Lorena Medina); Mane Stay (A skate date with Megan Moore proves that blondes really do have Moore fun) On The Cover - Sarah Stephens, photographed by Cameron Hammond Opposite - Valeria Lakhina, photographed by Ana Dias
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September
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Contents - Let's Play (Lingeie couturier Yeha Leung on her fearless, ferocious designs); Drinks (Walton Goggins toasts the spirit of L.A. with a whiskey of his own making); Lifestyle (Microbrands are resetting the dial on classic-looking watches); Politics (Global warming can be reversed by pulling carbon from the air. First, politicians must pull their heads out of the sand); Sex (Check out nine Instagramed artworks that caused a flagging fury); Culture (Activist DeRay Mckesson makes the hard case for hope); Movies (No tricks, just treats: John Carpenter, Jamie Lee Curtis and more on Halloween); TV (Mayans M.C. star Richard Cabral swapped his life behind bars for a career in front of the camera); Also: Pumpkins and pigskins to Drawn Data; sugar mamas and spit-sex in the Playboy Advisor Features - Interview (A man without a plan, actor Michael Shannon thrives in chaos (and devours pig-hearts); More Than Moves (Singer, actress, entrepeneur - Teyana Taylor does it all, beautifully); Fiction (Imagination and strange winged creatures take flights in Madrigal by John Wray); The Campus Consent Crisis (College sex has never been so fraught. What's a student to do in the age of #MeToo?); 20Q (Sofia Boutella has kissed Charlize, danced with Madonna and licked Tom Cruise - and she's just getting started); Of Human Bondage (Forced labor is alive and thriving; four workers tell us how it happens); Fiction (A surprise hello turns a last good-bye into Herman Diaz's 1,111 Emblems; Hearts And Minds And Rhino Horns (American veterans find purpose in protecting African wildlife); Kick-Ass: Vices (There's a new ass-kicker in town, and she's taking names in this exclusive comic); Profile (Investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald wants to be clear: He's nobody's operative but his own); Heritage (Playmates in horror; Gore has never looked so good. Plus, Hef gives writers the royal treatment; classic Playmates) Pictorials - Homecoming (Five undergraduates from across the country fill out our honor roll); God Bless Americus (From small-town Georgia comes a big-time talent: September Playmate Kirby Griffin); La Reina (All hail the queen, Jocelyn Corona); Game Set Match (The score is always love-love when it comes to October Playmate Olga de Mar); Princess Of Tides (Mythic as a mermaid, Gabriela Giovanardi brings magic ashore) On The Cover - Teyana Taylor, photographed by Ben Watts Opposite - Olga de Mar, photographed by Ana Dias
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November
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Contents - Departments - Let's Play (Audacious rapper Tommy Genesis owns her own sexy lyrics and her sexuality); Sex (A new kind of rubber helps you rub her the right way); Drinks (Booze brands are putting just as much thought as what goes on their bottles as well as what goes in them); People (With characteristic grit and charm, social media star Lindsey Pelas branches out); Gaming (A U.S. chess master may make history this year; here's an illustrated look at his tormented forebears); Politics (The power to change the world is right there in your pocket, says Ralph Nader); Movies (With The Front Runner, director Jason Reitman resurrects a totally 1980s political sex scandal); Culture (Flocks of birds and bushels of Limes crowd sidewalks nationwide; what's a city to do?); Travel (A young adventurer finds familial closeness over the holidays - just a few clicks north of Antarctica); Also (Panties and pirates in Drawn Data; polyamory and pumpkin pie in the Playboy Advisor) Features - Interview (Tucker Carlson is more than a polarizing pundit; among other things, he's a self-professed moderate); Rebirth In Bethlehem (Inside a growing movement with a new approach to the Israel-Palestine peace process); Fiction (Deadly tech is loose in the desert in T. Jefferson Parker's The Queen Of Majestic); Double Your Pleasure (Modern or retro? Either way, our 2018 gift guide has you covered); 20Q (Charlie Cox, a.k.a's Marvel's Daredevil, gives us a peek behind the mask); In The Shadow Of The Mountains (Why are suicide rates so high in the Western U.S.?); Fiction (A man, a dog and a monster in Maxim Loskutoff's The Fourth Armada); A Train To Catch (It's James Bond as you've never seen him in this exclusive tale of his pre-007 adventures); Profile (Free the Nipple creator Lina Esco sets her sights on the Equal Rights Amendment); Heritage (When the king of Americana met Britain's Fab Four. Plus, Playboy cars; Hef rescues an icon; classic Playmates) Pictorials - A Rose Is A Rose (A dreamy reunion with 2017 PMOY Brook Power); Knockout (We're down for the count when it comes to November Playmate Shelby Rose); Sweater Weather (Baby, it's cold outside...warm up with Maria Fernanda); Renaissance Woman (December Playmate Jordan Emanuel is a beauty with endless talents); Golden Hour (The luminous Maelys Garouis is our guiding light) On The Cover (And Opposite Page) - Shelby Rose, photographed by Kyle Deleu
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